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Organization makes holiday a little brighter for Cape family

December 18, 2014 A Cape Coral family received a little holiday cheer Wednesday night from the Wounded Warrior Anglers Act of Kindness Emergency Relief Fund to help them through some financial hardships. more »»

USA Dance, Special Pops, enjoy gala holiday party

December 18, 2014 Even the most timid of those who participate in the Cape Coral Special Populations program eventually got up to dance. And that was the whole point. more »»

Stephenson named superintendent for Cape Coral Charter Schools

December 17, 2014 The city of Cape Coral’s Charter School Governing Board has selected Nelson Stephenson as the new superintendent. Stephenson replaces Dr. more »»

Updated: Body of missing paddleboarder recovered

December 16, 2014 Updated: Emergency divers for the Lee County Sheriff's Office assisted Tuesday in the recovery of a missing paddle boarder, whose body was found off Sanibel. more »»

City Council addresses revival of bike patrols, employee reclassification, more

December 16, 2014 The close of Monday night's City Council meeting ushered in a four-week holiday hiatus for members of the board. They don't meet again until Jan. 12, 2015. more »»

Honoring our fallen

December 16, 2014 By CHUCK BALLARO news@breezenewspapers. more »»

‘From Pioneers to Paradise’

December 16, 2014 Most residents have probably heard the story about the Rosen brothers and the Gulf American Land Corporation, but far fewer are likely as familiar with the homesteaders role in the city's history. more »»

CCCIA ends year with ACE Awards

December 16, 2014 The Cape Coral Construction Industry Association had lots to celebrate Friday, and not just because it had another terrific yea. more »»

Pedestrian struck by vehicle reportedly improving

December 16, 2014 A pedestrian is improving at a hospital after being hit by a vehicle last month in Cape Coral. more »»

German-American Club holds inaugural ball

December 16, 2014 It was an evening to wear your best at the German American Club Saturday as the organization held its annual inaugural ball, which served not only as a day to install the new board of directors, but... more »»

Cape truck driver involved in fatal accident on I-75

December 16, 2014 A Cape Coral motorist struck and killed a pedestrian on Interstate 75 in Sarasota County. At 3:17 a.m. more »»

Charlie Imes to appear at Bert’s Bar Dec. 28

December 16, 2014 San Diego-based singer/songwriter Charlie Imes, who is known for his laid-back vibe and beachy musical style, incorporating elements of folk, pop, jazz, rock and just about any other musical genre... more »»

Matlacha Bridge work may cause delays Tuesday

December 15, 2014 The Lee County Department of Transportation will conduct maintenance on the Matlacha Bridge beginning at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 16. more »»

New composite in parking lot shooting released; reward upped to $6,000

December 15, 2014 Despite the many leads, authorities are still searching for the man responsible for the Nov. 18 killing of a store manager outside the T.J. Maxx in Cape Coral. more »»

Search continues for missing kayaker

December 15, 2014 The search for missing kayaker, Andrew Barber, continued Monday morning, as the Lee County Sheriff Department and the Fish and Wildlife concentrated on the area near the Sanibel Causeway. more »»

Two charged following north Cape shooting incident

December 11, 2014 Two Cape Coral men were arrested Wednesday after a shooting incident that left a woman wounded by a bullet fragment to the face and schools and daycares in the northeast Cape on temporary lockdown. more »»

Legislative plan: Lee School District tackles testing

December 11, 2014 The School District of Lee County has unanimously voted to file specific language for legislation regarding state-mandated testing and high-stake penalties for students and schools. more »»

Outside counsel to investigate complaint

December 11, 2014 The School District of Lee County unanimously agreed to spend up to $10,000 to have an outside attorney investigate a complaint against Superintendent Nancy Graham. more »»

Kayak Club update presented

December 11, 2014 Neighboring homeowners and interested residents got an update Thursday night on a proposed kayak training facility proponents say will bring millions of dollars in benefits to the city of Cape Cora. more »»

Wreaths Across America: Saturday’s event honors those lost, buried at sea

December 11, 2014 Its theme this year is “Don’t say I should have — Say I did.” Event organizers hope you do; attend that is. more »»



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